SNL's Sessions: Roy Moore a Little 'Too Alabama'

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There's options for odd or another candidate to launch a competitive write-in candidacy, while some Republicans are pushing for a delay in the election. "I think that's a responsible way to approach this".

"I don't know this is going to turn out".

"I have to say, I think the accusations have more credibility than the denial", Toomey said. The victor between Moore and Democrat Doug Jones takes the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

The former judge has denied the allegations about the girl and about having pursued dates with three other teenagers when he was in his 30s.

Despite pressure from top Republicans to drop out of the race following the allegations, Moore has pledged to stay in the race and disprove the accusations. The incidents were first reported by The Washington Post.

'In the next few days there will be revelations about the motivation and the content of this article, ' Moore said during a Birmingham campaign rally on Saturday.

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The story has stirred concern among anxious GOP officials in Washington in a key race to fill the Senate seat once held by Jeff Sessions, now the USA attorney general.

A defiant Roy Moore on Saturday insisted the allegations of sexual misconduct decades ago were false and voters in Alabama would "see through this charade".

Other Republicans officials have called for Moore to leave the race if the allegations are true.

During the primary, Trump joined Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and much of the GOP establishment in supporting Sen.

Many Republican lawmakers had already distanced themselves from Moore, who was twice removed as chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court for defying federal court rulings. Steve Daines has pulled his endorsement for Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.